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A Lawyer In YSL RICO Case Threatened With 20-Years-In Jail For Contempt Over Professionalism

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Judge Threatens Lawyer In YSL RICO Case With 20-Years-In Jail If He Doesn't Complete A 17-Page Essay On The Importance Of Professionalism

Judge Threatens Lawyer In YSL RICO Case With 20-Years-In Jail If He Doesn’t Complete A 17-Page Essay On The Importance Of Professionalism

According to reports reaching us at Dreddsworld, attorneys Anastassios Manettas and Eric R. Johnson of the YSL RICO case have been threatened with jail time over their professionalism in the courtroom.

Judge Uran Glanville made the threat to both attorneys, who are representing Miles Farley and Christian Eppinger, after Manettas refused to buy lunch for all of the lawyers involved in the case.

Glanville then turned the courtroom into a classroom after assigning a lengthy paper to escape jail time. “A 17-page paper on the importance of professionalism in the legal field and treating one’s opponents with civility,” said Glanville.

“Paper is to be published quality in APA format and at least 10 primary and secondary sources. April 28 at noon or you do 20 days,” Glanville said to Johnson.

The incident shockingly came soon after another lawyer in the trial went viral for using the slang word “cap” as he addressed the judge. And the entire ongoing case is set to be the longest criminal trial in Fulton County history.

We previously reported that Thugger’s lawyer Justin Hill, openly expressed frustration in court. Not only did he accuse the judge of lying, he told him he was “cap.” Hill was in court Monday when he was accused by Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Ural Glanville of not making a formal assertion before court started.

Although it was deemed a moot point, Hill stood his ground and basically told the judge he’s an honorable fibber as the case proceeded.

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